Physiotherapy St Albans
Physical Therapy works for many of these issues since we're not just treating symptoms, but the actual root cause of your pain. Seeing a physical therapist before seeing a doctor can in some cases decrease pain, cost and overall quality of life without the use of strong pain medicines such as opioids.
If you're suffering from chronic pain due to a surgical issue or a sports injury or simply just pain from working on the computer too much, we can help. We work with all areas near Richmond BC including St Albans.
Is Physiotherapy right for me?
The treatment can be intended for anyone with chronic or acute musculoskeletal pain, mobility difficulties or even chronic health conditions. Here's a list of common injuries and conditions which can be treated using physio therapy:
|Ankle, knee and hip pain|
|Sprains, strains and fractures|
|Pre and Post Surgery Rehab|
|Balance & Dizziness|
Dealing with chronic conditions?
Physio therapy is a branch of rehabilitation health that uses various treatments as a holistic approach to helping people limit pain, improve their mobility and overall well being. These treatments can often help relieve or even sometimes cure chronic conditions
Why work with us?
Our team treats a wide range of conditions and injuries. We offer private treatment room all COVID-19 safe with the latest in treatment equipment and techniques.
Various services we offer
- Shockwave Therapy
- Shoulder physiotherapy
- Pelvic health therapy (Male & Female)
- IMS Treatment
- Vestibular physiotherapy
- Myofascial Release
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Active release therapy
- Graston Technique
- Dizziness & Vertigo treatment
- Sports Therapy
- Dry needling
- Spinal Decompression
St Albans Details
St Albans has a livability score of 80 which is considered exceptional.
The average crime rates are 33% higher than the Richmond average.
Cost of living in St Albans is 17% lower than the Richmond average.
St Albans real estate prices are 49% lower than the Richmond average
Rental prices in St Albans are equal to the Richmond average